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New world disorder: An interview with Henry Kissinger

The former US Secretary of State argues that the west is struggling to advance its causes

Henry Kissinger at home in Connecticut: "he came to be almost more identified with US foreign policy than the presidents he served under." © Stefan Ruiz

“I’m very concerned about how the Ukrainian situation is evolving because I think it has some of the attributes of the July 1914 situation,” says Henry Kissinger, staring out through the drizzle at the landscaped grounds of his…

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